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Common themes running through these stations include Brautigan's disillusionment with aging, the search for identity, the diversity of human nature, and cultural differences between Montana and Japan. And assured me that there was a pretty girl waiting for him in San Francisco.
A few stations deal with Shiina Takako, owner of The Cradle, a Tokyo bar patronized by writers and artists, and Brautigan. He liked the guy that wrote "Some prefer nettles," [Junichiro] Tanazaki . He made me look at a leaf in the snow, as one of the prettiest things he had ever seen. He called his hat, an old flap eared hunting cap, "his bonnet." The publishing house gave him a credit card he charged all his drinks to.
There are three such copies in addition to the 350 copies above indicated in regular cloth This small collection of short stories was written in Tokyo and Montana between 19.
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, a collection of one hundred and thirty-one "stations" inspired by memories of Japan and Montana, January-July 1976, that seem to form a somewhat autobiographical work, was Brautigan's ninth published novel.
Brautigan, defending the unique form of this novel, said each section of the novel represented a separate stop along a journey, a station along a metaporical rail line joining Japan and Montana. It was a very full evening (as I said at the web site account). He was pissed off at his former girlfriends for selling love letters.
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New York: Targ Editions, 1979 7.25" x 10.5"; 37 pages Special edition: 350 copies Hard cover, green, cloth-covered boards, with a clear glassine dust jacket Authors name and book title embossed in gold on spine Limited edition of 350 copies, each signed by Brautigan Designed and handprinted by Leonard Seastone at Tideline Press Number six of the Targ Editions Published in Greenwich Village in New York, New York, 21 December 1979 Brautigan's signature on colophon page Editor, bibliophile, and publisher William Targ started Targ Editions, a fine press, in 1978. He didn't want to go on the air at the radio station but made requests all night.